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Bonfires
- Enjoying the Weather (10th Oct 2018 @ 17:18:45)

Just enjoying the extra time we are having lovely weather...Would be even better without garden bonfires!

Re: Bonfires
- john (10th Oct 2018 @ 18:27:44)

roll on winter

Re: Bonfires
- Smokey (10th Oct 2018 @ 18:48:58)

Why do people feel the need to always burn stuff?

Re: Bonfires
- AJ (10th Oct 2018 @ 19:24:03)

www.saga.co.uk/.../bonfires-and-the-law

Re: Bonfires
- B (10th Oct 2018 @ 21:46:31)

I canít wait for bonfire night and all the posts about bonfires from the angry haters in Liphook

Re: Bonfires
- guy fawkes (11th Oct 2018 @ 05:54:53)

Id rather people burn stuff than fly tip


ash is good for the garden

think i might get a log burner renewable energy source

Re: Bonfires
- Ian (11th Oct 2018 @ 08:16:31)

LOL, here we go again! Just love how the same old topics recur every few months on talkback. Canít imagine anything will be posted this time that hasnít been posted a dozen times before and I bet no one will change their minds on the subject.

I guess itís also about time for the same old for and against the carnival topic to raise its head again closely followed by the annual debate about Liphookís Christmas lights!

Ed- why donít you just set a reminder so you can repost the originals!!!

Ha Ha

Re: Bonfires
- liz (11th Oct 2018 @ 09:01:00)

B

Don't exaggerate. People complaining about bonfires are not "angry haters".

I love an autumn bonfire. However an autumn bonfire should be dry leaves etc. burned on a cool still day (preferably evening) so that the smoke rises. Not behaving as some neighbours of ours did recently, setting fire to what was obviously a huge pile of damp/wet debris on a very warm Sunday afternoon and covering the whole area with thick smoke. This went on for about three hours so that no-one could enjoy the last of the summer sun.

It's all about consideration and common sense. Can't be that difficult.

Re: Bonfires
- Gr (11th Oct 2018 @ 10:01:44)

Your on about that rare item common sense rarer than rocking horse s**t

Re: Bonfires
- Sarah (11th Oct 2018 @ 11:34:34)

Guy Fawkes - why fly tip when you can take it to the dump where it can be recycled. Or get a garden waste recycling bin. Or a compost bin.
Also ash might be good for the garden but having to regularly re wash my laundry thatís been hanging on the washing line is not good for the environment.

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